Possible Meth Lab Discovered During Domestic Disturbance Call
Posted October 31, 2005
RALEIGH, N.C. — A domestic violence emergency call led authorities Sunday to the discovery of a possible methamphetamine lab in Raleigh.
Sheriff's deputies responded to a domestic assault call at a house on Falconwood Drive, where they discovered items consistent with those used in manufacturing methamphetamines, according to a news release issued Monday by the Wake County Sheriff's Office.
Bobby Dale Carter, 31, was charged with felonious domestic assault.
The investigation of the possible methamphetamine lab is continuing and more arrests are anticipated, the sheriff's office said.